Relational Psych is seeking to hire a psychodynamic therapist in Houston, TX. The therapist will work from a psychoanalytic/psychodynamic lens and provide 20+ hours of remote/in-person psychotherapy to adults and/or children. Preference will go to those open to working with couples. Other clinical opportunities available based on specialties and training.
Relational Psych, PLLC is a growing group practice providing individual and couples psychotherapy and psychological testing in Seattle, WA, Houston, TX, and California. Relational Psych values relational psychoanalytic and psychodynamic theories at the core of clinical work and provides services that prioritize long-term growth. Some of our specialties include childhood developmental trauma, young adults experiencing transition and development with their identity, adolescents, chronic depression and anxiety, neurodiversity, and personality assessment.
Relational Psych is fundamentally relational and values long-term relationships with the team, our clients, and the community. The team dynamic is process-oriented and balances mentorship with collaboration and training. As a business, we desire to provide clinicians with the structure, resources, leadership, and community to foster your growth and success. We believe that the clinician is the best tool in the room and thus the most valuable part of the business. We seek to develop individual strengths by supporting your interests as they align with the practice values and provide you with professional opportunities to grow within the group and community.
We value diversity — in backgrounds and in experiences. We believe diversity not only includes race and gender identity, but also age, disability status, veteran status, sexual orientation, religion and many other parts of one’s identity. All of our employee’s points of view are key to our success, and inclusion is everyone's responsibility.
The primary intent for psychotherapists at Relational Psych is to be supported in continuously developing their psychoanalytic sensibility while expanding their competence and providing excellent care. For testing psychologists, it is to be supported in continuously developing their assessment skills, deepening their capacity to conceptualize, expanding their competence, and providing excellent care. For leadership, it is to support others from an integrated and grounded perspective that balances the needs of the clinic with the needs of the individual.
We are diverse in our professional qualifications and lived experience and aligned in our desire to grow, to be good humans, and to provide excellent psychological care.